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Smell Toast Stroke
One of many symptoms: Odd smells, visions, and a multitude of other symptoms are all possible with a stroke. The type of symptoms you have depends on what part of the brain the stroke is affecting. If you are experiencing strange sensations, smells, weakness, loss of function, you should seek further care. Other brain pathology, and not just strokes, can also cause these symptoms. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have eye pressure, eyes ache, seeing halos, color changes, lights too bright, too much detail. Enhanced smell. Confusion. ER visit, no stroke. ?
What does the smell of toast or smoke in the nostrils mean when there are not any odors in the room to cause the scent?
I was wondering about my health as in, i have been having quite strong irregular palpitations and can smell a stinking stench of burnt toast.
See a doctor: Palpitations and funny smells are diagnostic clues but it is difficult to assess over the internet. Palpitations are exceedingly common and are usually harmless. See your doctor for a proper evaluation. ...Read more
Vagina smells like bread/toast (not foul) my bf says sour taste, no itching no burning no abnormal discharge and i'm on the pill what is causing smell?
See doctor: It is best that you see doctor for culture of your discharge for proper med.And evaluation. ...Read more
Loss of smell/taste: Anosmia which is loss of smell can be associated with medical conditions such as flu, Parkinson disease, stroke, head trauma, cerebral contusion, old age, Alzheimer, bells palsy, smell and taste are connected, if you cant smell you normally cannot taste. Spicy foods work. Condition may be dangerous because smoke cannot be smelt. Olfactory nerve transmits smell, may be affected by tumor/trauma ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Smell restoration: Often, it cannot be restored, but it depends on why your sense of smell is impaired or absent. If it was from a sinus infection, treating the infection can help. If nasal polyps, treating them may improve it, too. If the loss is from olfactory nerve damage from trauma or stroke or infection, it might not ever come back. If your nose is plugged, just returning your nasal breathing can help. ...Read more
Loss of smell: Anosmia which is loss of smell can be associated with cold, flu,Parkinson disease, stroke, head trauma, cerebral contusion, old age, Alzheimer, bells palsy, smell and taste are connected, if you cant smell you normally cannot taste. Spicy foods work. Condition may be dangerous because smoke cannot be smelt. Olfactory nerve transmits smell, may be affected by tumor/traum ...Read more
Hi so I'm a smoker and I just had a random coughing fit like usual but this time I coughed up alot of water, it had no smell or color should I worry?
During the day random smells that arent present even when have a cold and cant smell proprely.had electrical discharges younger but treatedwhat cause?
Olfactory hallucinat: Olfactory hallucinations, or phantosmia often occurs as a result of a head injury or upper respiratory infection. It can also be caused by temporal lobe seizures, sinusitis, brain tumors, migraine, Parkinson's disease and strokes. Because phantosmia can in rare cases be an indication of a serious underlying disorder you should see your family doctor or a neurologist. Good luck,. ...Read more
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